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Jetstar cancels Darwin services as airport closes due to severe weather

written by | February 16, 2011
Jetstar has cancelled Darwin services.

Jetstar has cancelled all of its current scheduled services to and from Darwin between today (February 16) and 0800 hours tomorrow morning (February 17) after Cyclone Carlos battered the coastline.

With Darwin Airport closed until further notice, the airline continues to work closely with local authorities in an effort to find out the best time to resume safe flying operations. Jetstar will provide a refund, re-routing or changes to travel dates/times at no charge to passengers until February 18. However, the airline advises that any of the above adjustments made by passengers to travel must be taken prior to April 15.

Based on the latest weather advice, Jetstar will inform passengers of any revised travel itineraries or re-accommodation options.


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